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remember this. [laughter] >> but here it goes. i said, "if i ever get to meet her"--and i made a dream come true. and if i can take a few minutes of your time... oprah: you are the first white man i've seen do it, though. [laughter and applause] >> and i hope i can get a hug from this. i hope i can get a hug after you see this. oprah: ok. >> you told harpo to beat me. all's my life i hads to fight. i had to fight my uncles, had to fight my father, had to fight my-- oprah: cousins. >> no, uncles. girl, a child ain't safe in a house full of men. i loves, i loves harpo. god know i do. but i'll kill him dead before i let him beat me. you want a dead son-in-law, miss celie? you keep on advising him like you do. for this life be over soon. heaven last always. well, you oughta bash mister's head in and think about heaven later. [laughter and cheering] oprah: that happened in our audience 12 years ago when i had to go to amarillo. it took us a while, but we tracked terry
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down. how you doing? >> hi. [cheering and applause] oprah: thank you so much. thank you so much. i have to ask you, i have to ask you, what did it mean to you to be able to get this accomplished? >> it's like going to heaven. from being a little raggedy kid here in 1933, i was born here--in the hardcore ghetto and to be here at this stage is like, it's beyond belief. oprah: wow. it's wonderful. well-- >> i see why they were tearing up. oprah: yes. see wh oprah: yes. see why we were tearing up. thank you to my--we--say that, whoopi. >> we just didn't want to forget adolph caesar, who played danny's dad. amazing actor. he passed. [applause] oprah: so that's who's missing from this photo. thanks to all of my "color purple" family. my husband harpo. >> only husband you ever
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had. oprah: only husband i ever had. [laughter and cheering] oprah: groom, you. oh, ok. ok. 25 years, and the best time of my life. really was. thank you all so much. the new blu-ray "color purple" dvd is in stores now. good-bye, everybody. thank you so much. >> ♪ maybe god is tryin' to tell you something >> oh ♪ [captioning made possible by king world] [captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org--] rererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererererereretwtwtwire
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♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] every day thousands of people are switching from tylenol to advil. to learn more and get your special offer, go to takeadvil.com. take action. take advil. welcome back, everybody. we now turn to london where there is a criminal on the loose. he's been caught red-handed several times only to be let go because of his green thumb. >> he's a hardened criminal. you want to look out for this guy. he's called guerrilla gardener, armed with shovels and something called seed bombs. this is serious. he sat down with our own jeremy hubbard to talk about his mission.
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♪ >> the police? wow, wow. >> i've made most of my points. >> you don't have permission to do it. >> it's common sense, sir. >> reporter: so, richard, i have to say, you don't look like much of a criminal to me. >> no. >> reporter: but some think you are, right? >> well, strictly speaking, what we do is criminal damage, but i'm glad to say that most guerrilla gardening is about transforming public places that are neglected, or at least forgotten about anyway, and so common sense usually prevails and we don't get prosecuted. >> reporter: what if the landowner disagrees, do they dig it up? do you have confrontation?
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>> it does sometimes happen. guerrilla gardening in all parts of the world faces different issues. and in the states i know examples where, yeah, the city says we don't want you doing that. we want it back. >> reporter: what's a seed bomb? >> they come in all shapes and sizes and they're for the guerrilla gardener who wants to more kind of hit and run. you can just throw it into a place that you wouldn't want to linger around or you wouldn't be able to get to and the seed bomb has all you should need for a plant to be able to flourish. a bit of mud, compost and seeds. >> reporter: seed grenade, basically? >> yeah, some are called seed grenades. some people manufacture and sell them these days online that look like grenades. >> reporter: there is this worldwide sort of underground movement of illicit gardening. >> exactly. it can take the form of creating sizeable community gardens. but it can also be a direct form of protest. there are some guerrilla gardening that is just about the one act, the controversial
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filling in of a pothole with a beautiful flower or digging up an immaculate lawn and putting in a veg patch. >> reporter: what is the message? >> for me it's about this is a precious resource. this land is neglected and that's my focus. this is precious and we should be doing something about it. >> reporter: so, if i'm inspired by this and i see a patch of land that's being neglected and i want to become a guerrilla gardener, what do i do? >> just go do it. if you're feeling a bit anxious, go online and look at my website guerrillagardening.org and see whether there's a group near you, there's a community section arranged geographically. there are hundreds of facebook groups representing guerrilla gardeners in communities around the world. on may 1st it's international sunflower guerrilla gardening day. this has been going on for five years now. so, anyone in the northern hemisphere i encourage you get out there on may 1st or before if you can't wait till then, and plant some flowers. >> reporter: thanks so much.
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really appreciate it. >> thank you. >> isn't that cool? >> wow. >> bette midler is doing that here. she's revitalized a lot of spaces in new york city with her restoration project. >> yeah. this guy that you just saw there says he's found a history of guerrilla gardening dates back to the 17th century. this is nothing new but this is the latest incarnation of it. >> and it can really save a neighborhood. keep your eyes peeled for good spaces to do that. >> we'll do an update and see what's growing in his hair? >> he does need a haircut. >> just a little. >> talk about a seed bomb. coming up, would you want richard simmons giving you flight safety instructions the next time you fly? the nylon shorts. >> he cracks me up. also, who's impressing the judges on the latest round of "dancing with the stars"? your skinny is coming up next. roun of "dancing with the stars"? your skinny is coming up next. ababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababababab"i"i%%%%%%%%%%%%%"i"i8@
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♪ t "the skinny." all kinds of talk going on here during the commercial breaks. did you see "dancing with the stars"?
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how could you not miss it? it's shaping up to be a good season with ralph macchio, did not see this coming, he's one of the best out there. he can move. >> the karate kid, a new career. >> let's remind you, he's almost 50. >> that makes me feel so old. the karate kid is 50. >> also, what is he eating or drinking? he's not aged a day. it's crazy. he's so healthy. now we're taking a look at hines ward. >> he's been good, too. >> who also did very, very well. and then kirstie alley, a lot of people are pulling for her. she says she's losing a ton of weight. and it shows. she just looks awesome. wendy williams, oh, boy, how you doing? not so well. it's not looking good. even though we love, love, love her. i love wendy williams. >> she's self-conscious about her height and her assets -- >> she's a big girl, come on. >> that's making it difficult. >> she's got to work those assets. she's blessed. anyway, it's turning out to be a good season there. we'll see who starts to edge ahead. >> and then next one gets kicked off tomorrow night. a lot saying wendy could be the first to get the boot. we will see. our producers love and i'm anxious to see this, air new
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zealand do the safety instructions, you exit this way, this way -- >> the mask. >> yeah, all that. well, air new zealand has taped one of those featuring the one and only richard simmons. let's take a look. >> in the next three minutes we're going to work hard, work out and get you fit to fly. let's go! >> oh, my. >> shake it, richard! oh, my gosh. his hair gets more and more transparent. look at that. >> he's rocking the little fro, the short shorts. god bless him. >> look at him. >> doing his thing. >> oh, my gosh. i love it. i could watch that all day. >> oldies sweating on the plane. that would get my attention more than some other flight attendants. >> i would not want to fly in nylon short-shorts. >> not in the middle seat. man! oh, okay. >> i hate to move on to a down note, but we have to bring you up to date on some charlie sheen news because this is getting so nasty. it turns out charlie sheen and
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his ex, denise richard, are in a custody battle over their dog, a pug. boy, i really relate to this story. don't google it. they say charlie sheen demanded he take the pugs. it turns out one actually died from malnutrition under charlie sheen's care. denise richards is refusing to return the other pug because she's afraid of its health. >> i guess so, right. >> so he's tweeting horrible things about his ex-wife, one being just the word hate about denise and calls her a vile kidnapper and now a dog thief. >> but the dog died under his care, right? >> they had two. one died because he wasn't feeding him properly, allegedly. >> charlie, charlie, charlie. last up on the docket today, we told you yesterday reese witherspoon just got married. guess who -- scarlett johansson was a guest at the wed. >> this is a shocker. >> guess whom she brought to the wedding? sean penn. she's 26, he's 50. she's a private person but they say she's public when she's with
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and here are some stories to watch today on abc news. the biggest job discrimination lawsuit ever heads to the supreme court today. a group of women who worked for walmart have sued the retailer after claiming years of discrimination. also, president obama travels to new york today to visit the united nations and also deliver an address there. he will also sit down for a one-on-one interview with our own diane sawyer. and lebron james makes his second trip to cleveland tonight as a member, of course, of the miami heat. cleveland fans were a bit cavalier toward the former hometown star during his last visit in december. we'll see how the king does in front of that crowd. >> people are still burned and bitter about that whole thing, but he brings it out there on the court. pretty impressive.
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when i lived in colorado i never saw a ufo but it is a popular place for ufo sightings. in lafayette, north of denver, they've recently been seeing strange lights in the sky. >> for a multitude of reasons, perhaps. of course, someone recorded those lights. and now that video has gone viral on the internet. so clayton sandell went to see if the truth is, in fact, out there. >> reporter: one thing's for sure -- >> what the hell is that? >> reporter: -- people in lafayette, colorado, don't know what they saw last week hovering above their homes. >> i don't think it was an airplane. definitely not. >> when it flew over there was this really weird energy. >> reporter: lester valdez saw the lights, along with all of his neighbors. >> i have never witnessed anything like that, though. >> reporter: he says they were like those tiny bright alien ships from "close encounters of the third kind." >> it was like that, where you see an object and it got into a pattern. >> they're hanging there. barely moving. >> reporter: leroy van der vegt and his son nick managed to
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capture them on camera. >> completely quiet, no noise at all. >> reporter: leroy doesn't know what it was but he is sure it wasn't a satellite, a helicopter or an airplane. skeptics say there must be a perfectly good explanation, one that doesn't involve little green men. >> the idea of it being an alien spacecraft is -- it's pretty whacky. >> reporter: beyond that it's still a mystery. we tried calling the faa for help. they refused to speak with us. it is possible this is all a hoax. after all, lafayette isn't too far from where balloon boy's ufo took flight. >> if i live to tell this, oh, my gosh. >> reporter: for now it's clear this is an unidentified flying object. but is it really extraterrestrial? >> e.t. phone home. >> reporter: or just plain old terrestrial? clayton sandell, abc news, lafayette, colorado. >> that's pretty cool. some pilots saw in 2009 saw what they both thought was a ufo. >> whoa.
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this morning on "world news now" -- pushing back. the president responds to political criticism over the u.s. military's involvement in libya. >> this, as he stands by his promise to hand off control of the libyan military mission to nato tomorrow. it's tuesday, march 29th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning. i'm peggy bunker. >> and i'm rob nelson. as nato takes over the aerial assault in libya, opposition forces are taking over even more gadhafi-controlled territory. and also coming up, a big scare for two small children in washington state. they had a life or death ordeal in quicksand, of all things. unbelievable. later in this half hour, video gamers have been waiting for an all-new 3d experience. we'll introduce you to nintendo's new system, which
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just hit the shelves. >> work productivity going down yet even further. >> further and further, right. first, president obama is on the defensive over the u.s. role in libya. mr. obama argued his case last night in front of the country. >> and the president also said nato will take over the lead role beginning tomorrow. john hendren joins us now from washington with more details. john? >> reporter: good morning, rob and peggy. this address came at a crucial time. the obama administration believes forces of moammar gadhafi are on the defensive. and the president says he is fulfilling his promise to quickly transfer the burden of that fight to international partners. nato takes over on wednesday. president obama told the nation that failing to intervene in libya would have left the world watching an epic humanitarian disaster unfold. the kind of humanitarian disaster, he said, that went on for a year in bosnia before the world responded. >> libyan people have been ruled
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by a tyrant. moammar gadhafi. he has denied his people freedom, exploited their wealth, murdered opponents at home and abroad, and terrorized innocent people around the world. >> reporter: hours earlier before he spoke, rebels captured crucial territory from gadhafi's troops with coalition planes clearing the way. the president says he has fulfilled his promises, no ground troops and a quick transfer of power to international partners. >> so for those who doubted our capacity to carry out this operation, i want to be clear, the united states of america has done what we said we would do. >> reporter: he pushed back at the conservative critics who argue the goal should go beyond the u.n. mandate of protecting civilians to taking out gadhafi. to be blunt, he said, we went down that road in iraq. when nato takes over overall command on monday, there will be a noble drop of coalition planes flying overhead. they'll be looking to see if gadhafi forces increase their
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attacks. rob and peggy? belgium is sending six f-16 fighting falcons from a greek air base to help in nato's assault over libya. the fighter jets are helping to enforce that no-fly zone as military forces from europe take a bigger role in all of this. secretary of state clinton will meet with libyan opposition and other leaders today in london. also in the middle east, another day of political unrest in yemen. antigovernment protesters were in the streets of the capital yesterday after the president changed his mind about stepping down by the end of the year. saleh is seen as a key ally in the u.s.-led war on terror. it's been more than two weeks since the japanese earth quake and tsunami, and still every day brings more problems. >> the latest is plutonium is seeping from the damaged nuclear power plant into the soil. diana alvear joins us. to report that frustration there is growing. >> reporter: rob and peggy, good morning. the news out of japan is getting worse and worse.
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workers are continuing to struggle to stabilize those nuclear reactors, but it's just not working. and now there's a crisis of confidence in the nation because of one very big mistake on the part of the company. after weeks of uncertainty and confusion, many japanese have had enough. no more fukushimas," they chant, during a protest at the tokyo power company headquarters. this person says, we should not have had nuclear plants from the beginning. that sense of fear over the stricken fukushima facility is growing. traces of plutonium have been detected in the soil outside the plant. though tepco says it's not a public threat. new video shows smoke billowing from reactors two and three. the very reactors officials acknowledge have damaged fuel rods and may be partially melting down. highly radioactive water from reactor two is spilling out into a ditch, spreading to reactors one and three. company officials confirmed some of that liquid has seeped into sea water. tepco's also struggling to
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maintain its credibility. >> the water contains 10 million times the usual level of radioactive substances. >> reporter: it was a mistake. tepco retracted its own report on sunday. but the government blasted the company. such a mistake is not something that should be forgiven or acceptable. and some experts say it might be time for tepco to let someone else take over. >> i think they should be removed from leadership, a team of top scientists put in charge with the authority to call out the japanese military. >> reporter: trace amounts of radiation were detected on both the west coast and in one sample of rainwater from massachusetts. in both cases, officials say, there's nothing the public should be concerned about. rob, peggy? the japanese disaster continues to impact the car industry. the latest problem is funneling enough paint. the factory that makes a key ingredient in auto paints has
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been shut down since the earthquake. it will not reopen for at least four weeks and it could be longer. it's only 30 miles from the damaged nuclear power plant. it's even affecting the colors available for some vehicles made in this country. in fact, one color is black. very popular color. >> f-150 truck. popular vehicle. and for the 13th week in a row, gas prices jumped. analysts blame it on changing demand due to problems in both japan and in libya. this week prices hit the highest level since 2008. americans are paying an average now of $3.60 a gallon. that is up three cents from last week and 80 cents more than this time last year. and a close call for some bus passengers in china. take a look at this video. this is an overloaded truck as it hits an overpass, leaving a giant cement hazard right there in the roadway. the bus stops just seconds before crashing into it. inside camera shows sleepy passengers being jarred awae. very serious injury. >> good to see one with a happy ending. they burst into cheers for the
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quick-thinking driver who saved them, as you can imagine, from very serious injury. >> good to see one with a happy ending. >> unbelievable. also this close call for some kids in washington state. they were playing in the mud in the town of medical lake when that -- when the lake started acting like quicksand. two of them, a boy and girl, became stuck. more now from colleen o'brien from abc affiliate kxny. >> reporter: brothers caleb and andrew were out for an afternoon of adventuring with friends when they found this -- a mud pit so big no kid could resist. >> it looks fun. >> reporter: and it was. briefly. >> katie and carl were in like the middle where they started sinking. my shoe got stuck. >> reporter: that's when everything changed. andrew bravely pulled carl out of the mud. then -- >> i was trying to walk in there to get over to katie to try to pull her out. and i started sinking more. >> reporter: he was stuck. >> up to about right here. >> reporter: brother caleb sprung into action.
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>> i ran up this, the rocks, and then i ran into the second house over there and that's where mr. larry was. >> one of the kids came running across the street yelling, mister, mister, there's some kids in trouble here. >> reporter: larry couldn't believe what he saw. he called 911 and a flood of emergency responders were on scene. >> it took three each to haul the kids out. they were stuck in there. they were sucked right into that thing. >> they tried to pull me out, but they had to dig like that deep to get my legs out. >> reporter: it took 20 minutes to unstick katie and andrew. they were slightly hypothermic and a little banged up. >> right here, here, here -- >> reporter: but they were alive. the lesson -- >> to stay away from mud. >> reporter: you saw in the video there was fencing, emergency tape around it. that came after the kids were pulled out of the mud, when they
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went to go play, it was open. there were no signs to tell them to keep out. they put those up just in case any other kids stumble across that. they also do plan on filling it with something, sand, anything to get it less dangerous just in case anybody else happens upon that mud pile. >> and that was kxny reporter colleen o'brien. scary moments for those kids. the kids are funny, they're calm. they seem calm, even after going through an ordeal like that. >> what a story to tell. t tcf1 3 ten glad they're safe. democratic lawmakers in indiana are back to work for the first time in five weeks. the house members were greeted by cheering union supporters as they arrived at the state house yesterday afternoon. they walked out in protest of a republican agenda they called an assault on labor and public education. they've appeared to work out a compromise with the republicans. a magazine for and by gays in the military has been launched online and may soon be available in print, too. the publication is being put together by the group called
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outserve. it's an underground network claiming almost 3,000 gay and lesbian members of the military. they say they want to let gay service men and women know they are not alone. >> all right. right now taking a look at your weather. severe storms with 80-mile-an-hour winds from eastern texas to new orleans. also showers, thunderstorms and minor flooding in florida. snow showers in the dakotas and northern rockies and rain in the pacific northwest. 6 to 8 inches of snow in the sierra rain. >> 53 in boise. 65 in albuquerque. 40s from minneapolis to kansas city. 55 in dallas. miami climbs to 85. atlanta, 62. and baltimore, 53. well, whatever happens with the nfl labor talks, you don't have to worry about the chicago bears, their fans are getting a chance to show their pride in their team which is pretty historic. >> oh, yeah. the bears. >> the state of illinois is offering commemorative license plates for the bears. >> da bears.
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>> the special plates will start at $69, of which 25 bucks will go to support public school education. the bears are the third chicago team to be honored this way after the cubs and blackhawks, leaving only the white sox out at the plate. >> and also the bulls. >> oh, yes, my favorites. >> we'll be right back. inner beauty is important. but not nearly as important as outer beauty. ♪ ♪ that's why i use covergirl's simply ageless makeup hd 3. a liquid makeup can glob up in lines and wrinkles and make you look older. simply ageless stays suspended over lines and makes you look amazing. simply ageless from olay. and easy, breezy, beautiful... covergirl. ♪ ♪ and to look really amazing start with my serum primer. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] every day thousands of people are switching from tylenol® to advil®. here's one story. my name is tanya and i am from
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now to what a group of medical experts are calling the best way to fight type 2 diabetes, a disease 300 million people around the world suffer from. >> amazing number. it is a surgery that can virtually reverse the disease. exactly how does it work? here's dr. richard besser with a closer look. >> reporter: doctors have discovered something incredible. gastric bypass surgery may actually reverse type 2 diabetes almost instantly before patients lose an ounce of weight. how quickly might they come off
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insulin? >> some will come off within hours if not days of surgery. >> reporter: hours of surgery? >> yes. >> before they leave the hospital, they'll never use insulin again. >> reporter: it works by reducing the size of the stomach so you eat less. it shortens the intoastens so you consume fewer calories. how the procedure normalizes blood sugar remains unclear. >> the fast effectiveness is due to, we think, an elaboration of hormones made by the intestines. this is a huge deal. >> reporter: katie suffered complications from diabetes for 16 years. >> it was horrible. diabetes controlled my life. i was so worried that i was going to die. >> reporter: that you wouldn't be there to see your son grow up? >> i was so fearful that that would happen. >> reporter: at 5'2" she weighed 198 pounds. but like many diabetics on insulin, dieting was difficult and exercise was painful. >> i was tired all the time.
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from my blood sugars being extremely high. my knees ached. my body ached. >> reporter: soon after gastric bypass she was off insulin, even before losing 75 pounds. now she's saving thousands in medical costs and has gone from 180 shots a month to none. and she works out every day. give me three words to describe katie now. >> healthy. >> reporter: healthy? >> health y healthy, healthy. hey, long legs, i'll race you! >> reporter: dr. richard besser, abc news, new york. >> i wonder if dr. besser won that race. >> there's dr. besser up here -- here's a long guy. good for her, she lost all that weight. diabetes is such a huge problem, especially in our country. >> they say the recommendation could impact 15 million people. the centers for disease control does warn that surgery really should not be the first option. everyone's different, so find out what your doctor thinks is best for you. there are other ways to combat it besides going under the knife. >> right, type 2 is diet-related. new coming up, it does seem everything in home entertainment is going 3d.
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>> home video systems are heading to a new dimension. we'll see if the new nintendo really rocks. rocks. d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ
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j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j?j? welcome back, everyone. the legendary video game company nintendo made history five years ago with the nintendo wii. everybody loves that. now they're hoping to do it all over again. >> they just released nintendo 3ds, a portable gaming system that is actually in 3d. daniel sieberg got a chance to "tech it out." >> reporter: let's start with
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the 101. the 3ds. >> yes, indeed. >> reporter: now, we have two colors. >> we do. so, to start out with we've got aqua blue, which is pretty beautiful. and cosmo black are the two colors. black and blue. >> reporter: at first glance the nintendo 3ds handheld looks the is same with dual screens. this time there's a mini joystick in addition to the direction pad and, of course -- >> the 3d depth slider. it's really important. there's not any other products that use this kind of technology. >> reporter: yes, it offers a 3d experience without the glasses, including the ability to take 3d photos. it does take some getting used to, though. as i'm playing, is there an ideal position to be, distance from my eye? distance from the table, is that all -- >> the distance from the card is about 14 inches, is the optimum distance. the distance from your eye is sort of whatever feels right. >> reporter: to ease any eye strain, nintendo recommends taking a break every so often and recommends children under age 7 shouldn't use it. there's also a range of the 3d effect. it's not either totally 2d or totally 3d, it's sort of -- >> there's gradation because everyone sees 3d a little
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differently. and also, game programmers may treat 3d differently. the idea is, you can use this 3d depth slider to find our own personal sweet spot. >> reporter: the effects on the screen can be pretty eye-catching. let's start with the augmented reality games. those are fascinating. basically you're using part of the world around you through a camera and it's create be -- it's almost using that as a canvas for some of the game play. >> yes. exactly right. this is on board software. this comes with nintendo 3ds showing tlooed 3-d by filming it is tricky. the games here, one i'm look forward to is street fighter four. this will play online with friends or local wireless. another title coming out on lauchb day. takes place over the famous woo-hoo island part of wii sports resort in wii fit.
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18 on launch date and 30 between launch window from the end of march to e-3 in early june. >> i'm sure we'll see mario at asome point soon. it will go for $250 which it goes on sale march 27th. that's the same price as a nintendo wii console. when it went on sale a few years ago. definitely not cheap for a handheld device but pretty cool stuff. just don't overdo the 3d experience. back to you. >> so far the reviews have been really good. people like it. >> my thing is, i remember the first nintendo. there have to be folks who remember the first one. the machine and the old cartridges and -- >> like atari. >> had to blow into the bottom -- yeah, i had atari, too. you had to blow into the bottom to clear the dust and slide the cartridge back in. >> i like that it has a joystick on it.
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call today. >> announcer: "world news now" delivers your "morning papers." >> welcome back, everybody. this is a morning paper for our college age viewers struggling with midterms and exams as the spring semester winds down. this comes from the pioneer press. there was a college senior out there in colorado. >> my alma mater. >> there you go. she was paying this website called essaywritingcompnay.com $23 per page for a term paper she had to write for school. the paper did not come in on time so she's been morally and ethically offended so she reported the company to the better business bureau. >> she bought her term paper, didn't get there in time and now she's suing. >> she's upset because she tried to buy her term paper and now
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the company didn't come through and now she's suing them -- or not suing, but filed a complaint with the better business bureau. >> where was this company when i was in college? >> google wasn't around, these term paper writing companies. anyway, now the bbb is involved. companies are dangerous. they guarantee as and all kinds of things. investigate before you use them. >> she has to get her grade. you have to get the paper so she can get the grade. talk about something causing total fury among parents we're talking about a breastfeeding doll. this is the last thing i need at my house. parents are saying this is totally inappropriate. take a look right here. they say this doll is completely wrong for kids who don't even have breasts. why should they be practicing breastfeeding? >> that's the practical point. >> that's what people are saying. they are saying this is ridiculous. however, a lot of moms when i looked up online what people are saying, the blogs, they say this is so much better than dolls that come with a bottle. they say this is a good way to educate their daughters that
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actually when you have a baby, you can breastfeed your baby. but, the one complaint i'm hearing over and over, the thing costs 118 bucks. >> whoa. >> that's crazy. >> are they marketing it to young girls? >> yeah. in fact, they have a little -- i won't go into detail but it's pretty vivid how this doll works. it makes noises when it's apparently feeding. that's what's upsetting parents. >> weird, weird. >> 118 bucks, though. i'll lighten the mood a little bit. this is something we've all been through, when we have lost the remote control to the tv. they're conducting the survey to find out what's the most common spot you lose it. number one, sofa, 41%, sofa. number two, bathroom. you take a break, leave it in there. three, the dresser drawer. trying to get socks, whatever. 8% say they leave it in the dresser drawer. 4% leave it in the fridge -- >> i've done that. >> -- or freezer, getting a snack, whatever. and number five, 2% leave it in the car. which i find -- i don't know what you do with -- >> here you go. >> oh, thanks. >> oh, thank you.
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lity, that is what president obama told the nation about the u.s. military involvement in libya. >> but was the president specific enough in stating his case? it's tuesday, march 29th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning. i'm peggy bunker. >> and i'm rob nelson. the president's address comes as libya's rebel forces gain even more ground invading moammar gadhafi's turf. and also coming up, the radioactive nightmare in japan. see why it's called a slow-motion meltdown at the fukushima nuclear plant and why it's such a serious threat. overhead pictures are unbelievable. also later in this half hour, one of our producer's favorite stories of the day, is
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a growing trend out there, believe it or not, raising chickens, yeah, chickens, in your backyard. >> is that your house? >> yeah, it is, actually. in this upscale south florida neighborhood some homeowners are crying, you know what, "fowl." >> very popular trend. we do begin with the president making his case for military action in libya. >> in his speech, mr. obama also promised the u.s. will get out of the lead role as soon as possible. but was he convincing? john hendren is joining us now from washington this morning. hi, john. >> reporter: good morning, rob. hours after the president spoke, later on today, secretary of state hillary clinton will be in london meeting with libyan opposition leaders and representatives of 30 nations, strategizing on how to topple the regime of moammar gadhafi. failing to intervene in libya, president obama said, would have left the world watching an epic humanitarian disaster unfold. >> the libyan people have been ruled by a tyrant, moammar
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gadhafi. he has denied his people freedom, exploited their wealth, murdered opponents at home and abroad, and terrorized innocent people around the world. >> reporter: the kind of humanitarian disaster, he said, that went on for a year in bosnia before the world responded. >> tonight i can report we have stopped gadhafi's deadly advance. >> reporter: hours earlier rebels recaptured crucial territory from gadhafi's troops with coalition planes clearing the way. the president said he fulfilled his promises. no ground troops and a quick transfer of power to international partners. nato takes over on wednesday. >> so for those who doubted our capacity to carry out this operation, i want to be clear, the united states of america has done what we said we would do. >> reporter: he pushed back at the conservative critics who argue the goal should go beyond the u.n. mandate of protecting civilians to taking out gadhafi. >> broadening our military mission to include regime change would be a mistake.
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to be blunt, we went down that road in iraq. >> reporter: the president ended with a promise that could haunt him. >> wherever people long to be free, they will find a friend in the united states. >> reporter: a popular promise but that might ring hollow to the pro-democracy demonstrators throughout the middle east, now yearning to be free but finding no u.s. intervention in places like bahrain, yemen and syria, rob and peggy. >> right. makes you wonder what the qualifications need to be to go in. so, are the critics satisfied with the president's address? >> reporter: well, peggy, this is washington. critics are never satisfied. in particular, he's received criticism from both the right and the left. dennis kucinich on the right, rand paul on the left -- other way around, both said the president should have sought congressional approval. john boehner says americans waited a long time to get few new answers. >> thanks, abc's john hendren live in washington. thanks again. we will hear much more from
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the president and about his policies regarding libya and some other issues. abc's diane sawyer will sit down with president obama for a one-on-one interview today. you'll see it tonight on "world news." now to japan where there are yet again new worries about the nuclear disaster there. because the fukushima plant has six reactors, some experts fear what's called a multiple meltdown. abc's david wright tells us what that means and also how real the threat is. >> reporter: we learned highly contaminated water is leaking into the ocean. elevated levels of plutonium are in soil samples taken near the reactors. >> this is like a boiling pot. and the lid is shaking on it. and it's too hot to handle. they're trying to get control of it. >> reporter: a nuclear reactor produces energy from the steam of boiled water. the steam is radioactive. so is the fuel that lights the fire inside the concrete and steel containment vessel that's now starting to crack. >> three mile island, about 90% of the core was destroyed. but the vessel held.
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that's why we did not have to evacuate large portions of pennsylvania. but here, apparently there's a crack. a crack in the vessel by which radiation is escaping. >> reporter: nuclear inspector spent five days inside with the workers, sleeping in hallways and meeting rooms. after just five days, he was exposed to nearly a year's worth of radiation. >> we're in a slow motion meltdown that the problems are mounting faster than the japanese ability to fix them. >> reporter: keep in mind, this is not just one boiling pot on the stove. it's four of them out of control. the nightmare scenario, multiple meltdowns, releasing huge quantities of radiation into the atmosphere. >> the total amount of radiation released from these reactors and fuel ponds could equal, even surpass, chernobyl. we don't know yet. >> reporter: that's the doomsday scenario. some good news from the atomic international agency, they say their experts believe the reactors have cooled to a point that, quote, a wild explosion is
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out of the question. they say barring something completely unpredictable, they don't foresee any dramatic spikes in radiation. david wright, abc news, tokyo. and you can blame skyrocketing gas prices on the crisis in japan and also the turmoil in libya. due to changing demand, gas prices rose for the 13th week in a row to the highest level in nearly three years. americans are paying an average of $3.60 per gallon. that is up 80 cents since last year. some other news this morning, russian spy anna chapman was caught here in the u.s. and then, of course, deported, but she didn't go home in disgrace and she didn't exactly disappear back into the shadows. instead, she's gone public in a very big way, except when it comes to her exploits as a secret agent. nick watt has her story. >> reporter: flame-haired femme fatale, undercover party girl. chapman was, well, the best looking of the russian spies
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sent home in disgrace. now she's got her own tv show, "mysteries of the world with anna chapman." >> i never saw myself as a tv star. like, you know, most people, they dream of being a tv star, like they dream of fame. it never happened to me. i never even thought of that. >> reporter: the saucy spy posed for racy magazine spreads, there are anna chapman action dolls, she's moving into politics, trademarked her name and added volume to her hair. but this is her first foreign tv interview. it's quite unusual for a former secret agent to become a television star. >> who told you i was an agent? >> reporter: so, you deny being
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a secret agent? >> as i said before numerous times, i will never deny and i will never confirm the fact. >> reporter: her new tv show, all about mysteries. >> every single being is interested in mysteries because they're secrets, you know, unsolved. >> reporter: will she dedicate an episode to herself? >> absolutely not. >> reporter: never in the history of espionage has a spy so spectacularly turned anonymity into fame. >> no comment. >> reporter: nick watt, abc news, london. >> these days all you need is a big pr debacle to get your own talk show. >> many roads to fame today. >> credentials not necessary. let's take a look at your tuesday forecast. we're looking at large hail, gusty winds and also heavy downpours in houston, new orleans and shreveport. showers around dallas, little rock and memphis. thunderstorms from jacksonville to miami. snow showers in the dakotas and northern rockies. >> mostly 50s from seattle to colorado springs. 36 in fargo. 41 in minneapolis. 49 in kansas city. a hot and humid 85 in miami.
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boston, a little cooler at 40 45. and now to actress helen mirren getting down and dirty, so to speak, to make a lasting impression in hollywood. >> the 65-year-old academy award winner sank her hands and feet into wet cement out grauman's chinese theater on hollywood boulevard and now her prints are immortalized in the famous courtyard along with a very long list of other top celebrities. >> check this out. she was introduced by actor russell brand, both starring in the remake of the comedy "arthur." remember that picture of her in the red hot red bikini? >> she looked great for a woman of her age. >> amazing. >> staggering. whoa, what's up, helen. >> 60 is not old at all. a spring chicken at 65 and looking good. >> well deserved star. more "world news now" coming up. mud? yeah, dirt?
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welcome back. well, chickens, you might not think of them as the average household pet.
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>> i don't. >> in these tough times they've become pretty popular because you get free eggs. >> i get that. imagine being the neighbor of a family that owns chickens and how smelly and noisy all that would be. well, wplg has the story of one such family from hollywood, florida. >> reporter: sandra is clucking mad. >> we have feathers in our pool. when it's hot out in the afternoon, it smells like a farm. >> reporter: she says she has these pictures to prove her neighbors are a nuisance. she tells us this video, this audio, was taken from her back patio. >> definitely, definitely unbearable. >> reporter: chickens on her fence, chickens she claims on her property. she and her husband grant have now hired an attorney, have filed a civil suit against their neighbors saying the coop next door has to close, asking a judge to order her neighbor, steven, to remove his 15 chickens. >> they are beloved pets, wonderful opportunity for my children to gain responsibility,
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learning to care for them. they are a source of very fresh eggs. they are a source of fertilizer for all of my plants and trees. >> reporter: when we were here last year, he had goats and chickens living in residential emerald hills, an upscale hollywood neighborhood. now, the goats are gone but the chickens remain. do they belong in residential emerald hills? >> absolutely. >> reporter: broward circuit judge actually came to this spot to hear, to see, for herself, before making a ruling. >> the judge stayed for an hour and a half, and in an hour and a half could not only hear nothing from their side, she couldn't hear anything from our side. so, there is simply no nuisance. >> i can't live like this. to be perfectly honest, there's no reason i should live like this. >> people should live and let live and mind their own business. >> that is amazing. >> in watching that story my reaction is, where is the law? hollywood does have an ordinance, and that family faces fines of 250 bucks a day, almost added up to $150,000.
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>> so far the judge has not issued any orders saying they have to get rid of the chickens so maybe they stay. >> crazy clucking story. so maybe they stay. >> crazy clucking story.
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welcome back, everybody. of course, springtime is getaway time for many travelers out there. especially after a long, difficult winter in many parts of the country. that's for sure. and our giz wiz dick debartolo is here to make that getaway easier with worthwhile travel gadgets. you brought great stuff and looking pretty cool. >> yeah, but i can't see a thing. so i'll put on my tech specs. >> and this is great for folks who pack heavy. >> from magellan's catalog, the
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balanzza three-in-one travel scale. this will tell you the weight of your luggage before you go, a 24-hour countdown timer, a built-in flashlight. if you don't want all those features, there's the mini and that just weighs luggage. this is small enough you can take it with you. >> all the goodies you bring back, how much extra weight you've added and you can avoid the nasty fees. >> very high. >> trust me, i know, i pack heavy. for the iphone users -- >> we have a scale. let's talk about new luggage. >> oh, perfect. >> there was a show very recently called the travel good show. there truco introduced new modular luggage. the idea is all the luggage locks together. it's a wheeled carrier. then you get on the airplane and your whole unit will fit into the overhead unit. you can take the briefcase off, you can take the tote off and
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put the wheeled suitcase up and put the others under your seat. then when you travel around town, take the tote with you. >> it kind of comes together collected and take what you need when you need it. >> when you need it. >> very cool. >> truco. >> i jumped the gun because i'm an iphone freak. >> you'll like this, exactly. from extreme mac, the three in one dock. you dock your iphone or ipod touch at night. not only does it charge it, has stereo speakers, a large snooze bar. >> which i love. >> even though you can use this as an alarm by itself, you don't have speakers. have you to fumble with the snooze bar. here it's very easy to have everything at your reach. then when you leave in the morning, it's fully charged. >> that's the best part. it's charging all night. very cool. and key chains that do a lot more than just rattle your keys around. >> yes. instead of bringing a ton of
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charging cables with you, this is -- this is the one for the micro and mini usb on one end and the usb for your laptop. this charges a majority of phones. the ipod or iphone, 30-pin connecter on one end and this goes into your computer on the other end. that's from scosh. >> so small, so portable and so easy. that's the great part. >> under $20 and called flip sync. >> not expensive. that's fantastic. these i really like. >> these are fun. it's called tags for bags. >> everyone struggles waiting -- everyone has the same black bag in airports -- >> and some people put a belt around them. >> this makes it easier to spot. >> tags for bags. they do funny ones. oy vey, i'm on my way. don't touch my stuff. you can customize them. not yours. and you can have them made, like "i watch 'world news now'." >> that's my favorite. >> many different colors. they're made by desert arc special needs workshop. >> you see your bag coming
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around, pick it up, bam. >> three for $30 and you help people with special needs keep going. >> this i like, too. >> the final thing is called paper shower. it's a very large towelette with moisturizers built in. but then after you moisturize yourself, the other side contains a paper towel for drying yourself that leaves the moisturizers on your skin. so, it's a quickie way to refresh and they're like $1.20 each. >> you don't have time for full shower, bath, this hits the hot spots and start your day, right? >> whole new meaning to hit the hot spot. >> for sure. very cool ideas and very cool items. thank you so much. good stuff for the travel season. it's getting warm now so finally we can travel. >> i'm off to the pet show, so i'll be back with pet gadgets. >> we like that. you can get more details on these gadgets on dick's website, gizwiz.biz, or check it out on our facebook fan page. gizwiz.biz, or check it out on our facebook fan page.
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♪ if i had a million dollars ♪ ♪ if i had a million dollars ♪ ♪ i'd buy you a house i would buy you a house ♪ ♪ and if i had a million dollars ♪ >> oh, a fun song to sing. finally this half hour, what would you do with $3 19 million? that's the question some lucky winners will now have the misfortune of having to answer. >> what to do with all that cash. they've won the largest new york mega millions jackpot ever for a single winning ticket. so far it's not clear who they are. t.j. winick joins us now with more. good morning, t.j. >> reporter: good morning, rob and peggy. it is one of the biggest lottery jackpots ever and there is just one winning ticket.
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so far the lucky player or players have remained a mystery. albany, new york, might be the luckiest city anywhere. for the third time in six weeks, someone or someones from this area has become a multimillionaire. >> to win that jackpot you have to have five balls and that gold mega ball. >> reporter: the $319 million winning ticket for the mega millions lottery drawn friday night was bought right here just a few blocks down from the new york state capitol building. >> hopefully it's a regular customer. and maybe even a group of people. >> reporter: maureen was hoping she was holding the winning ticket. >> oh, i was all excited this morning. i had it spent just about. i was thinking i better get a financial analyst because i had it all gone. >> reporter: according to officials, the jackpot is the fifth largest in the game's history, but is the largest jackpot ever for a single winning ticket. >> i seen on the news the winner was here so i wanted to come in here and see if i had a shot of winning. >> reporter: the rumor is seven i.t. workers for the state of
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this morning on "world news now" -- making his case. the president's message to the u.s. and the world after american military involvement in libya. >> president obama's explanation for why it was so necessary for the u.s. to take action. it's tuesday, march 29th. >> announcer: for abc news, this is "world news now." and good morning, everybody. i'm rob nelson. >> i'm peggy bunker. the president made his strategies public as opposition forces pushed their way into more of moammar gadhafi's territory in libya. we'll have the latest. also ahead in this half hour, strange story here. an honor student in florida is in some pretty big trouble after her trip to a car dealership.
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now, police accuse her of getting a gun when her mom refused to sign the loan application. >> you're going to want to hear how this one turns out. >> oh, man. also, a little on the strange side. some people in suburban denver swear that they saw something that reminds them of the movie "close encounter of the third kind." they say they saw it. what exactly did they see? we'll look into that. >> you worked in denver for a few years -- >> i saw a few things in the sky. >> after a long night. >> it's denver, big sky. before all that, the case for war against libya. president obama spoke so the nation last night about the need for military action there. >> the president says a transition to nato on wednesday will significantly reduce u.s. military risk and also the cost to taxpayers. jake tapper is joining us with more now. >> reporter: president obama explained why a special set of circumstances, in his view, required u.s. and international community to intervene in libya. >> tonight i can report we have stopped gadhafi's deadly advance. we were faced with the prospect of violence on a horrific scale. some nations may be able to turn
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a blind eye to atrocities in other countries. the united states of america is different. and as president, i refused to wait for the images of slaughter and mass graves before taking action. i am convinced that a failure to act in libya would have carried a far greater price for america. libya and the world would be better off with gadhafi out of power. i, along with many other world leaders, have embraced that goal, and will actively pursue it through nonmilitary means. we welcome the fact that history is on the move in the middle east and north africa. and that young people are leading the way. because wherever people long to be free, they will find a friend in the united states. >> reporter: president obama also explained why the u.s. would not unilaterally and militarily seek the ouster of colonel gadhafi. to be blunt, he said, we went down that road in iraq. peggy and rob?
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>> thanks. we'll hear much more about the president's libyan policy tonight. he sits down for a one-on-one interview with our own diane sawyer. you'll see that tonight on abc's "world news." in libya rebels have successfully pushed the front to gadhafi's hometown of sirte where they acknowledge they could not have held their ground without international air and cruise missile strikes. alex marquardt reports from the eastern city of benghazi. >> reporter: rebels are on the march with gadhafi's stronghold in their sights. but gadhafi's forces are fighting back. since saturday the rebels have been on a roll, pushing west, recapturing key oil towns without a fight. now trying to take gadhafi's hometown, the first stop in the west in the plan to march on tripoli. their lightning fast advance, their turn-around has been paved by international air strikes. coalition jets swooping in, taking out gadhafi's tanks and
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missile launchers, giving the rebels the upper hand. >> we would have fought but it would have been a massacre just because of the weapons that he has. we would have been no match, you know, no matter how brave we were. >> reporter: this man grew up in austin, texas, and now is here, trying to get the story of the struggle against gadhafi and ending many are hoping they'll see. >> it's going to be a really happy one for us, tragic for him, well deserved. then i hope he goes to hell. >> reporter: still for all the success the american general who has been leading the coalition tells abc news he's worried the rebels may be moving too fast, leaving themselves vulnerable to attacks by gadhafi. the rebels still face a long road ahead. alex marquardt, abc news, in eastern libya. turning to japan now, there's more bad news about that damaged nuclear power plant. highly toxic plutonium is seeping into the soil around the plant. it appears to be coming from damaged nuclear fuel rods.
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tokyo electric power says the amount of plutonium is small and there's no risk to public health. the government officials are now getting impatient with utility's inability to stop the crisis. and back here in the u.s., there's a pretty close call at a small florida airport. a vintage navy plane taking part in the opening ceremonies for an auto race in st. petersburg over the weekend had some mechanical troubles. the t-28 war bird trainer didn't make it back to the runway, as you see there. the pilot and passenger were pulled from the water and suffered only some minor injuries, thankfully. >> what is going on there in florida? also happening there, a bizarre crime as 17-year-old honor student is accused of pistol-whipping her mother, driving her to an auto dealership and forcing her to co-sign an auto loan so she should get a brand new sports car. megan smith has the story. >> reporter: this certainly isn't a yearbook picture of 17-year-old rachel hachero. the honor student is accused of a brutal, very bizarre crime. the county deputies say the teen wanted a 350z convertible in a bad way. >> first, she came in and did her research on the car, got all
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the facts on the vehicle, found out she couldn't get approved by herself. >> reporter: the car salesman remembers her very well. >> extremely determined, especially for a 17-year-old. she was pretty persistent. >> reporter: he tells us the teen came to the dealership with her eye on the convertible but rachel couldn't get approved by herself for the loan, that's when he says she called her mom. >> she got in an argument on the phone. she said she would be back. >> reporter: the teen left, angry her mother wouldn't sign for her. detectives say when rachel got home, she pulled out a gun, pistol-whipped her mom and reportedly held her at gunpoint and made her drive to the dealership and sign for the car. they were back within an hour. >> mom was in a hurry and she just wanted to sign the paperwork and go. >> reporter: deputies say mom was too scared to call 911 and waited until the next day while rachel was at school to alert deputies. according to the arrest report, the mother didn't want to press charges because she said her daughter is an honor student who
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has been recently accepted to several ivy league colleges on scholarships. deputies seized the gun. they say it was stolen during a burglary last year. >> the investigation revealed the gun was stolen from an airport police officer. >> reporter: how she got it is still under investigation. the teen is facing serious charges. her mother wouldn't talk to us. >> now, that was megan smith reporting from ft. myers. rachel has withdrawn from her private school. there's no word what will happen to her college scholarship offers. >> she should definitely be grounded. i'm just saying. >> for a while. more strange news from florida. a college student is learning how to use her brand new hand. the 21-year-old woman is one of the very few patients here in the u.s. to receive a hand transplant and is the first ever to take place in georgia. the operation at atlanta's emory university lasted 19 hours and replaced the hand the woman lost because of a disease she suffered as a toddler. she says looking at the transplant feels like magic. >> that is pretty cool. >> good for her. now to news not happening in florida, we'll talk about the forecast. drenching rain, hail and
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powerful winds from houston to new orleans. showers from dallas to southern missouri. thunderstorms across florida. light snow from omaha to bismarck. snow showers in the northern rockies and rain in seattle and portland. up to 8 inches of snow in the sierra range. >> 65 in sacramento. 85 in phoenix. mostly 40s from twin cities to detroit. 46 here in new york. 62 in atlanta. and almost 80 degrees in new orleans. >> you got to rub that in. >> i do. prince william and his bride-to-be will be making their way around the globe and they won't even have to leave home to do it. >> the royal mail has unveiled a set of commemorative stamps. really? okay, i'm starting to come over to the dark side. >> come on, honey. >> they feature two official engagement portraits. informal and informal pictures, very lovely. they got the seal of approval from william and the queen. >> oh, good.
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hundreds of -- >> stamps. hundreds of thousands of wedding stamps will be printed using some 50 miles of paper. incredible. they will go on sale april 21st. that is just a week before the big wedding. what's interesting, our peter martinez who put together the facebook page posted a story whether it's overkill. a lot are on my side. i'm not alone. just saying it is. >> pictures on the dishes and the coins and now the stamp. >> just saying i'm not alone. we'll be right back, everyone. welcome back, everybody. relax by the pool. at a four-star hotel for a two-star price from hotwire.com. when hotels have unsold rooms / they use hotwire hot rates to fill them / so you get ridiculously low prices, backed by our low price guarantee. like four stars in chicago travelocity published price $189. hotwire hot rate just $85. hotwire.com. four-star hotels. two-star prices. ♪ h-o-t-w-i-r-e ♪ ♪ hotwire.com ♪ / save big on car rentals too. from $13.95 a day.
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♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] every day thousands of people are switching from tylenol to advil. to learn more and get your special offer, go to takeadvil.com. take action. take advil. welcome back, everybody. we now turn to london where there is a criminal on the loose. he's been caught red-handed several times only to be let go because of his green thumb. >> he's a hardened criminal. you want to look out for this guy. he's called guerrilla gardener, armed with shovels and something called seed bombs. this is serious. he sat down with our own jeremy hubbard to talk about his mission. ♪ >> the police?
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wow, wow. >> i've made most of my points. >> you don't have permission to do it. >> it's common sense, sir. >> reporter: so, richard, i have to say, you don't look like much of a criminal to me. >> no. >> reporter: but some think you are, right? >> well, strictly speaking, what we do is criminal damage, but i'm glad to say that most guerrilla gardening is about transforming public places that are neglected, or at least forgotten about anyway, and so common sense usually prevails and we don't get prosecuted. >> reporter: what if the landowner disagrees, do they dig it up? do you have confrontation? >> it does sometimes happen. guerrilla gardening in all parts of the world faces different issues. and in the states i know examples where, yeah, the city
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says we don't want you doing that. we want it back. >> reporter: what's a seed bomb? >> they come in all shapes and sizes and they're for the guerrilla gardener who wants to more kind of hit and run. you can just throw it into a place that you wouldn't want to linger around or you wouldn't be able to get to and the seed bomb has all you should need for a plant to be able to flourish. a bit of mud, compost and seeds. >> reporter: seed grenade, basically? >> yeah, some are called seed grenades. some people manufacture and sell them these days online that look like grenades. >> reporter: there is this worldwide sort of underground movement of illicit gardening. >> exactly. it can take the form of creating sizeable community gardens. but it can also be a direct form of protest.
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there are some guerrilla gardening that is just about the one act, the controversial filling in of a pothole with a beautiful flower or digging up an immaculate lawn and putting in a veg patch. >> reporter: what is the message? >> for me it's about this is a precious resource. this land is neglected and that's my focus. this is precious and we should be doing something about it. >> reporter: so, if i'm inspired by this and i see a patch of land that's being neglected and i want to become a guerrilla gardener, what do i do? >> just go do it. if you're feeling a bit anxious, go online and look at my website guerrillagardening.org and see whether there's a group near you, there's a community section arranged geographically. there are hundreds of facebook groups representing guerrilla gardeners in communities around the world. on may 1st it's international sunflower guerrilla gardening day. this has been going on for five years now. so, anyone in the northern hemisphere i encourage you get out there on may 1st or before if you can't wait till then, and plant some flowers.
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>> reporter: thanks so much. really appreciate it. >> thank you. >> isn't that cool? >> wow. >> bette midler is doing that here. she's revitalized a lot of spaces in new york city with her restoration project. >> yeah. this guy that you just saw there says he's found a history of guerrilla gardening dates back to the 17th century. this is nothing new but this is the latest incarnation of it. >> and it can really save a neighborhood. keep your eyes peeled for good spaces to do that. >> we'll do an update and see what's growing in his hair? >> he does need a haircut. >> just a little. >> talk about a seed bomb. coming up, would you want richard simmons giving you flight safety instructions the next time you fly? the nylon shorts. >> he cracks me up. also, who's impressing the judges on the latest round of roun of "dancing with the stars"? your skinny is coming up next.
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♪ morning. talking about "the skinny." all kinds of talk going on here during the commercial breaks. did you see "dancing with the stars"?
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how could you not miss it? it's shaping up to be a good season with ralph macchio, did not see this coming, he's one of the best out there. he can move. >> the karate kid, a new career. >> let's remind you, he's almost 50. >> that makes me feel so old. the karate kid is 50. >> also, what is he eating or drinking? he's not aged a day. it's crazy. he's so healthy. now we're taking a look at hines ward. >> he's been good, too. >> who also did very, very well. and then kirstie alley, a lot of people are pulling for her. she says she's losing a ton of weight. and it shows. she just looks awesome. wendy williams, oh, boy, how you doing? not so well. it's not looking good. even though we love, love, love her. i love wendy williams. >> she's self-conscious about her height and her assets -- >> she's a big girl, come on. >> that's making it difficult. >> she's got to work those assets. she's blessed. anyway, it's turning out to be a good season there. we'll see who starts to edge ahead. >> and then next one gets kicked off tomorrow night. a lot saying wendy could be the first to get the boot.
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we will see. our producers love and i'm anxious to see this, air new zealand do the safety instructions, you exit this way, this way -- >> the mask. >> yeah, all that. well, air new zealand has taped one of those featuring the one and only richard simmons. let's take a look. >> in the next three minutes we're going to work hard, work out and get you fit to fly. let's go! >> oh, my. >> shake it, richard! oh, my gosh. his hair gets more and more transparent. look at that. >> he's rocking the little fro, the short shorts. god bless him. >> look at him. >> doing his thing. >> oh, my gosh. i love it. i could watch that all day. >> oldies sweating on the plane. that would get my attention more than some other flight attendants. >> i would not want to fly in nylon short-shorts. >> not in the middle seat. man! oh, okay. >> i hate to move on to a down note, but we have to bring you up to date on some charlie sheen news because this is getting so nasty. it turns out charlie sheen and
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his ex, denise richard, are in a custody battle over their dog, a pug. boy, i really relate to this story. don't google it. they say charlie sheen demanded he take the pugs. it turns out one actually died from malnutrition under charlie sheen's care. denise richards is refusing to return the other pug because she's afraid of its health. >> i guess so, right. >> so he's tweeting horrible things about his ex-wife, one being just the word hate about denise and calls her a vile kidnapper and now a dog thief. >> but the dog died under his care, right? >> they had two. one died because he wasn't feeding him properly, allegedly. >> charlie, charlie, charlie. last up on the docket today, we told you yesterday reese witherspoon just got married. guess who -- scarlett johansson was a guest at the wed. >> this is a shocker. >> guess whom she brought to the wedding? sean penn. she's 26, he's 50. she's a private person but they say she's public when she's with
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and here are some stories to watch today on abc news. the biggest job discrimination lawsuit ever heads to the supreme court today. a group of women who worked for walmart have sued the retailer after claiming years of discrimination. also, president obama travels to new york today to visit the united nations and also deliver an address there. he will also sit down for a one-on-one interview with our own diane sawyer. and lebron james makes his second trip to cleveland tonight as a member, of course, of the miami heat. cleveland fans were a bit cavalier toward the former hometown star during his last visit in december. we'll see how the king does in front of that crowd. >> people are still burned and bitter about that whole thing, but he brings it out there on the court. pretty impressive. when i lived in colorado i
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never saw a ufo but it is a popular place for ufo sightings. in lafayette, north of denver, they've recently been seeing strange lights in the sky. >> for a multitude of reasons, perhaps. of course, someone recorded those lights. and now that video has gone viral on the internet. so clayton sandell went to see if the truth is, in fact, out there. >> reporter: one thing's for sure -- >> what the hell is that? >> reporter: -- people in lafayette, colorado, don't know what they saw last week hovering above their homes. >> i don't think it was an airplane. definitely not. >> when it flew over there was this really weird energy. >> reporter: lester valdez saw the lights, along with all of his neighbors. >> i have never witnessed anything like that, though. >> reporter: he says they were like those tiny bright alien ships from "close encounters of the third kind." >> it was like that, where you see an object and it got into a pattern.
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>> they're hanging there. barely moving. >> reporter: leroy van der vegt and his son nick managed to capture them on camera. >> completely quiet, no noise at all. >> reporter: leroy doesn't know what it was but he is sure it wasn't a satellite, a helicopter or an airplane. skeptics say there must be a perfectly good explanation, one that doesn't involve little green men. >> the idea of it being an alien spacecraft is -- it's pretty whacky. >> reporter: beyond that it's still a mystery. we tried calling the faa for help. they refused to speak with us. it is possible this is all a hoax. after all, lafayette isn't too far from where balloon boy's ufo took flight. >> if i live to tell this, oh, my gosh. >> reporter: for now it's clear this is an unidentified flying object. but is it really extraterrestrial? >> e.t. phone home. >> reporter: or just plain old terrestrial? clayton sandell, abc news, lafayette, colorado. >> that's pretty cool.
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